Bebe Rexha heads to the nail salon with a fresh face… after learning a lesson from a ‘mean’ tweet
Bebe Rexha isn’t perfect.
But on Wednesday, the 29-year-old singer was spotted heading to the nail salon to make sure that at least her nails would be.
Rexha skipped the makeup to treat herself to a manicure after learning a hard lesson on social media the day before.
Treat yourself: On Wednesday, Bebe Rexha was spotted heading to the nail salon in a black Nike Air bodysuit
The No Broken Hearts hitmaker wore a black Nike Air bodysuit and a pair of Nike trainers, the same outfit she wore on the red carpet at the 103.5 KTU KTUphoria earlier in the month.
She wore her blonde locks down and slicked back to reveal her fresh, makeup-free face.
Rexha carried a black jacket in one hand and her phone in the other.
The singer has a passion for fancy nails and nail art, often posting videos of her manicured fingers online.
A favorite look: The No Broken Hearts hitmaker wore the same outfit she wore on the red carpet at the 103.5 KTU KTUphoria earlier in the month
Yesterday, Rexha walked back a tweet about bullying, but defended her intention as pure of heart.
The pop star shared how she felt vindicated after a girl who ‘made her cry every day in school’ ended up serving her burgers recently, writing: ‘All bullies will be serving you burgers one day.’
But the tweet didn’t go over the way Rexha thought it would, with one user pointing out: ‘… simple work does not mean that you are a loser. There are people who have no options in this world, others choose a simpler life.’
And the Me, Myself & I singer took note of the lesson offered, removing the tweet and replying, ‘I took down my bully tweet. It came off the wrong way. I was just trying to say that bullying ain’t right…’
Deleted! Yesterday, Rexha walked back a tweet about bullying, but defended her intention as pure of heart
The exchange began when an online troll criticized Rexha for using a Kurt Cobain quote in an upcoming song.
‘Sometimes haters are so f**kin annoying and they hurt my feelings but sometimes it’s fun and entertaining. Not gonna lie,’ the musician tweeted in a reply.
That’s when Rexha took to Twitter to share her personal story about bullying.
‘I was bullied by this girl in school and I cried every single day. Then recently I went to get a burger and I go to order and guess who took it? Just keep going. All bullies will be serving you burgers one day.’
Clap back: The exchange began when an online troll criticized Rexha for using a Kurt Cobain quote in an upcoming song
‘I said extra pickles please,’ she added, correcting herself in a series of tweets after the gaffe was pointed out to her.
‘I use to sell perfumes to really rich people when I started. I guess that’s an Old way of thinking and I’m still kinda scarred and hurt by her. Success is different for everyone,’ she wrote.
‘I just feel like nowadays you can’t say anything without offending anyone and that is f**king annoying. I was just trying to give kids who are bullied hope. But I worded my tweet wrong and I’ll try again tomorrow. Sorry. Love you lots,’ Rexha explained.
‘Anyways moral of the story is. #1 Don’t be mean to yourself. #2 Don’t be mean to others.’
Learning lesson: ‘Anyways moral of the story is. #1 Don’t be mean to yourself. #2 Don’t be mean to others,’ the pop star wrote